Join Ben Long for an in-depth discussion in this video Reviewing the first snowy shoot images, part of Travel Photography: Mountains and Snow Landscapes.
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…All right.…I've gone through all of my images from the first blizzardy day of shooting.…And I'm going to show you what I've got.…You know very often, it's really boring to…sit around and look at someone else's vacation pictures.…But you don't have to worry about that right…now because I don't have much to show you.…That was a extremely difficult day of shooting.…Still, let me show you what I got.…I've learned some things from them.…I'm ready to go out into another blizzard, I think.…First of all, I had seen this which I was intrigued by.…It doesn't really work as a picture.…It was vegetation that had a big pile of snow on it.…
I liked the relationship between the, the snow and the darkness underneath.…And I thought there was some cool kind of graphical lines.…I was wrong.…There's really not an interesting picture here.…But, look at the difference between this shot of it and this shot of it.…What's the big difference here?…This one was shot at 1 200th of a second.…This was shot at 1 25th of a second.…When snow is falling, you really want to think about shutter speed.…
In this course, photographer, author, and educator Ben Long takes a trip to Lake Tahoe to explore winter shooting at various times of the day. He also shows techniques for post-processing winter scenes to make them look their best.